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steve, what do you think of this romney tax plan? >> it increases take-home pay, middle class family, $2,000 extra in their take-home pay, and more importantly it reduces the price of doing work, being productive and taking risks. lowering that price, lowering tax rates. that's the way to get the economy going. worked for kennedy, for reagan, worked in the early part of the last decade. it will work again. >> we have to do something. since the recovery began, by the way, june 2009, household incomes are down 5.7%. that's since the recovery. when you're in a recovery, incomes are supposed to go up. >> yeah. what's disstressing and concerning is, at this point i don't know what governor romney has in mind. he's been saying all along he'll reduce taxes and shows up in ohio -- >> reducing tax rates. >> he shows up and says don't expect a huge tax cut, because what he's doing is lowering deductions and exemptions. great. i wonder if somebody will get around to telling me what those deductions and exemptions are that he's going to lower. he's been running for president for seemingly
.s. trying to solve its own looming debt crisis could we see this kind of turmoil break out here? steve moore from "the wall street journal" joins me with more on this. we watch these protests going on in the streets and the first thing on my mind is that it seems like things are getting worse instead of better across europe and i thought that we had sort of solved, at least part of the financial crisis there but, you know, we're looking at these pictures. what do you think, steve? >> i will answer your question whether this kind of thing could happen here, melissa because i think that is really the interesting dynamic. melissa: i was going to get there but let's jump there. why not? >> i do. i actually think we're very much like europe in the sense that americans, especially some of the more radicals on the left have come to regard these government benefits as human rights and if you, let's say you were to get a president romney and say that president romney came in and started to cut back on some of these welfare benefits, some retirement benefits i think you could see, remember what we saw
ceo writing a letter to customers with a simple message, we're sorry. hey, steve, where you going? taking the kids to swim lessons. swim lessons? yeah, it's the safer thing to do. safer thing. come on, let's go. rb water alarm. nice. isn't it? i just have to put it in the pool, and an alarm will tell me if my kids jump in. it's just a backup to the mesh fence i'm installing. yeah, looks great, jim. juns doing the safer thing, steve. it doesn't get safer than tt, jim. [ cell phone rings ] steve? wait tilyou see... you've got to be kidding me. you win. with layers of protection around pools, everyone wins. so you think -- not now, jim. i'm the water watcher. ♪ lori: and the world's biggest company, apple ceo tim cook apologizing for the new act. he is promising to improve the program in the future. adam shapiro is in the newsroom with the very latest. a lot of people were surprised with an actual apology. >> this is a company, apple always prided itself on customer service and always doing what is easiest and simplest for customers. not so much out of line to have the company sai
of the government. let's ask the former office depot ceo, and we are pleased to welcome you now. steve, good to see you, thanks for being here. >> good to be here, david. david: the republican message, what's he got to make clear about the limit of the role of the government in our lives? >> well, i think if you talk to most business people, they say there's three legitimate roles for government in business. the first is regulation. from a regulatory stand point, the role of the government is to level the playing field, establish the boundaries, make sure that consumers are not getting hurt, but then get out of the way and let businesses compete, not continue to change the rules of the game once you're into the game, not continue to issue regulation after regulation. that is the regulation. second is taxation. america's taxed as the highest rate in the world. there's loopholes, and peek talk about it. the extraordinary rates drive investments overseas and diminish job creation here in the u.s.. we have over $2 trillion in cash sitting on balance sheets of u.s. corporations. taxation is an important
but it is threatened somewhere by somebody in authority. steve works for a medical equipment company but on the side you tried to block about nutrition? >> you given vice and what happened? >> was told by the state i should stop giving nutritional advice. john: they even printed with the red lines. this is why because you give the advice and may not without a license. >> wide why have to tell people to be to meats and vegetables and tell all diabetics to reduce carbohydrates? john: so you contacted the institute for justice. paul sherman you are a lawyer? >> we litigate across the country one area is the first amendment. we were excited because this raises the most important and answer questions when happens when they regulate occupation complex with free-speech? john: more and more all the time. >> it would have cost him thousands of dollars and taken years of his life for dietitian license. 50 years ago on a 5% a the license from the government now it is 30% and continues to increase. john: you would have to get 900 hours of apprenticeships get the nutrition board said they would monitor. you stop
phone. dennis: new york giant steve weatherford not just hunting with the comes to investing is money and take a look at the s&p winners and losers. dennis: more about getting our corporate e-mail on our smart phones appeared be careful, the boss may be spying on you. hedge fund buying up homes and renting them out. should you follow their lead? tracy: it is 30 past the hour. time for stocks now as we do every 15 minutes. nicole: it is so interesting only talk about retailers. back to school. hiring for the holidays. let's talk about some names in the retail industry. express. look at expressly found 2021%. express came out and basically that their quarter is not going as well as they had hoped. traffic patterns have changed. that almost means there is no traffic, nobody shopping, what is going on? these retailers are coming under pressure. let's take a look here at the major market averages. the nasdaq and doesn't be slightly lower. dennis: is your boss spying on your smart phone? you need to hear what our next guest has to say about that. we have a principle analyst from forrester r
and the accordion summit in the next few minutes. when we come back, steve comes back and he will tell you where the latest investments are headed and how you can get ahead of the trend. we will be right back. >> announcer: meet tom, a proud dad whose online friends all "like" the photos he's posting. oscar likes tom's photos, but he loves the access to tom's personal information. oscar's an identity thief who used tom's personal info to buy new teeth and a new car, and stuck tom with the $57,000 bill. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every year, millions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life is a little personal information in the wrong hands. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection, period services may take 30 days to alert you. lifelock's 24/7 proactiv
approach joining us now is steve hayes. in the way the world you could imagine governor romney to be so secure if he would not be aggressive? >> no. he could be because the advice suggest the does everything he can from look being too aggressive listening to focus groups with suburban housewives who like obama may have voted for him and do not want to see somebody attack the guy they voted 47 but certainly attacking the policies and their consequences painfully to millions of americans. >> remain on the side of those arguing mitt romney needs to be aggressive. lou: i tried to smoke you out. [laughter] the campaign over the week has been passive. mitt romney says i care about the country and the president cares but my policies will work. that will not cut it. you have to be tough point* out where his policies went wrong and lay out a vision of how to do differently. lou: it is difficult at two minutes per crack with the format. >> but mitt romney does well he did well in the primary debates why think he won the nomination. he should answer question quickly to make the aggressive point* t
that we are going. ashley: okay, thank you very much mary and steve. we really appreciate it. we want to know what you think. love under gerriwillis.com and vote on the right-hand side of the screen and i will share the results of the end of "tonight show." still to come, this our aps work for the government. we will break down how some are getting paid more than their private sector counterparts. some of these issues and more. don't go away this is a test. ashley: while the health care law got the okay from the supreme court, seven out of 10 americans think with some changes, obamacare may be okay. what does this mean? a fellow from the manhattan institute is here to talk about it. it is interesting. this new pool basically says that americans believe that there is not going to be a total repeal of obamacare. in some formal fashion. it will only be in effect. >> i think that there is gridlock in washington. hardee's ashley: does that hurt mr. romney's chances? a lot of people believe, perhaps, maybe as a case of inevitability. but they believe that throwing it all out and starting a
started by steve, a very successful investor in private equity. the business development company makes loans in the middle market, that's sorely underserved part, still not come back from that. they are the future of the shadow banking system. given how their process works and careful analytics it's a great play on total return basis between dividend and appreciation. ashley: perfect. dan, thank you so much. three good picks. thank you for being here. he's been with us for the hour. the closing bell in about six minutes, dow on track to close up, well, it's up 64 points. can it hang in there? the one stock whose shares are flying high today. we'll be right back. ♪ ashley: shares flying high, up more than 3% as options activity picks up steam on the bullish side. delta leading the airline sector followed by u.s. airways, southwest, and united continental. the airline sector good today all pointing higher. delta up 3%, u.s. airways up 2.68% in a market that's starting to lose steam just a little heading towards the end, up tripped digits today, let's send it to david and lauren. david:
. he is a buy has been on steve cohen's tail at sac capital. this guy is serious and going after geithner right now essentially demanding what he knew back in 2007 and 2008 when geithner was new york fed chairman and clearly was briefed and did an investigation on alleged manipulation of bib lore. that is what he is doing. demanding geithner come clean, tell us exactly what you knew. tell us about, did you even think of the consequences of manipulating libor? for example, cities and states, higher borrowing costs because cities and states are involved in complex arrangements if you manipulate the rate down it still hurts them. did he ever think about that? did he think about the consequences? that is all mapped out in the letter. this letter is appearing on fox business network.com we should point out one of the fascinating things in this letter he is essentially calling for tim geithner, treasury secretary, only has a few months, says he will leave in president obama wins again, calling for him to create a new interest rate, an american-based interest rate, possibly to replace l
, in the apple universe steve jobs was god and tim cook says i can't be him. maybe i can be a preacher and take a more humble approach to this. he doesn't have the swagger. he has to take the jimmy swaggart approach. [talking over each other] charles: it is a dent in charles: it is a dent in the armor. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> free speech advocates crying foul as the maker of that anti muslim film jailed in california. dennis: happy birthday gift from facebook. the first major foray into retail sales online. we will look at how global currencies are faring. the dollar would be up. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen anjeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they' gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't
amount. dagen: would steve jobs have apologized for what he had not have messed them up in the first place? connell: men are from mars and women from venus and dagen from pluto. male economists put more emphasis on the rules of business. that is based on a study from the university of nebraska. the global diaper supply could be at risk following an explosion saturday at a japanese plant. it makes an ingredient in disposable diapers. kimberly-clark is up to date with the rest of the market. dagen: i don't think me commenting on anything related to diapers is a good idea. connell: exactly. dagen: move on to the next keys. the fact that on the first monday in october. one of the cases you need to hear about, protecting their information on your phone from the government. the judge is here. connell: all right. president obama for mitt romney. some new data out. most people have made up their minds. 15% could be convinced to choose somebody else. that seems kind of hype. first, here are some currencies. look how they are shaping up against the dollar today. ♪ follow the wings. ♪ >> @2
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